Katherine Winge C-IAYT -Yoga, Aqua Yoga and Meditation Teacher
Katherine enjoys teaching yoga, mindfulness and meditation, through various methods, to a wide variety of students. What all her classes have in common are: breath, awareness, self-kindness and mindful curiosity.
- You have injury or illness that prevents you from practicing yoga on land and would like to try aqua yoga
- You have an autoimmune disease or are recovering from trauma and need a gentle soothing water practice
- Looking to learn mindfulness and meditation
- In need of relaxation or therapeutic land or aqua yoga classes due to stress, anxiety, or chronic pain or illness
- Looking to deepen your relationship with you body, heart, mind and spirit
- Would like to includes aqua yoga, yoga or meditation at your next event or women’s circle
- Have children who want to learn mindfulness, meditation and yoga
Modalities (private and group classes available):
- Aqua Yoga – Yoga poses mindfully practiced in Floating Lotus Watsu’s warm water pool. Swimming or going under water not required.
- Yoga – chair yoga, hatha, gentle, hatha flow
- Meditation – single pointed focus and self-compassion meditations for reducing stress and depression and increasing focus.
- Kids Yoga, Mindfullness and Meditation
- Certified C-IAYT yoga therapist through International Alliance of Yoga Therapists
- Has 1000 hours of yoga and meditation training (some of the trainings listed below)
- Dakini Meditative 300 hour teacher training
- Tibetan Heart Yoga 300 hour
- Aqua Kriya Yoga and Aqua Kriya Yoga Specialist certified
- Currently in training to be a certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher
- Reiki practitioner -Level 2
- Community Yoga Trauma Informed Teacher training
- Studied tibetan buddhist philosophy, subtle body practices and meditation since 2009
- Been teaching Aqua Yoga and Yoga since 2011
Through years of yoga studies, practice, teaching and personal injury recovery, Katherine has found that attention to alignment, modifications and a non-competitive attitude are key components to health and wellness.
Taking time to connect to our body, heart and mind is truly a service to others, for the depth in which we are able to lovingly connect and accept ourselves is the depth in which we can lovingly connect and accept others.